Houseboat Mystery
  • Published:
    Jun-1999
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    Print
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    199
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Ship Ahoy…

It all started because Jackie Torrance, the Courier's newest reporter, needed a place to live. She was desperate when she accepted a dare to see if she could rent the Albatross, a battered houseboat last used by Lance Shelby, the Courier's star correspondent, whose untimely death in a plane crash had just made headlines. But Jackie got to Dodson's Dockyard to late -- the Albatross had been sold and its new owner, ex-Navy man Whitney Egan, was having words with another would-be buyer, “Mr. Smith,” as he called himself, wanted the houseboat at any price, but Whit, with plans for turning it into a floating restaurant, wasn't about to sell. It was soon obvious, though, that the redheaded sailor had bought himself a cargo of trouble along with a boat. And Jackie impulsively made his troubles hers, never dreaming they were defying an enemy who wouldn't stop at murder to get what her wanted…

Also published as: The Affair of the Albatross
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